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Old July 13th   #1
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Should I keep my 2002 35th an camaro stock or dress it up. It is the basic model
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Old July 14th   #2
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honestly it's your car do what makes you happy
that's the joy of this sport, make it enjoyable for your needs
for the 4th gens there are some nice endless updates you can do
i myself am have always liked the SLP Firehawks, nice rides indeed
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Old July 14th   #3
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Will the value of the car change if it becomes something its not
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Old July 15th   #4
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something its not?
as in?
100% all original?
typically yes...
how much that hurts?
all in the eyes of the buyer and what is done
some people don't mind some typical work done, some do
true collectors want extremely low miles, and all original down to all paper work and what not, that's what brings the desire to some (keep in mind in this sport there are so many ways/options/desires to partake in it from collecting, to showing, to using, to racing, to working, such a variety)

whats your goals?
to keep it?
or market it for sale?
if it's to keep it.... do what you want, what ever makes you enjoy the ride so much
if its to sell, just remember there are many low mile cars out there and with the new camaro with the LS3... i don't foresee the later 4ths pulling a supreme $$
even the 30th TA's aren't pulling so much $$ (unless super super low miles, and even then)
keep in mind, C6 vette's are starting to drop in price and be had at a great value, especially once the C7 hits the market
and there are tons of them out there with VERY low miles too
also keep in mind there were many camaros made too

don't get me wrong... there will always be a following for camaros from that era

just my thoughts
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Some really greats thoughts Don.

I actually posted a reply a couple of days back, but apparently it never posted.

It really depends on what your long-term goals are with the car. If you do modify it and just use bolt-ons and keep your stock parts, you can return the car to stock condition when you want to sell it.
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Thanks guys good info. I will try to post some pic tonight
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